Maranatha Baptist Bible College

Maranatha Baptist Bible College

Maranatha Baptist Bible College is located at Watertown, Wisconsin. Founded in 1968 by Dr. B. Myron and Thelma Cedarholm, the institute is named after an Aramaic phrase in the New Testament.

Maranatha Baptist Bible College is an independent fundamental Baptist institution offering undergraduate and graduate degrees courses in Biblical counseling, business management, Bible study, theology, teacher education, nursing, humanities, music, and church ministries. It has a strong liberal arts focus.

Maranatha is a founding member of the Northern Athletics Conference. Its athletics teams are known as the Crusaders. Clubs on campus include Xcalibur, the Army ROTC Badger Battalion, and the Crusader Club.

Notable alumni of the institution include Ben Peterson, Olympic gold and silver medallist in wrestling, and James Gruenwald, member of the United States 2000 and 2004 Olympic wrestling teams.

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